Eighth grade NJHS inductee Courtney Padilla was presented with a dozen red roses by her proud grandmother Sylvia Padilla at Thursday's induction ceremony. Flashing lights were everywhere with all of the proud families and friends celebrating the student's accomplishment.
The Guymon Junior High National Junior Honor Society proudly inducted new seventh and eighth grade members Thursday evening at the Guymon Junior High Auditorium during their annual ceremony. These students have shown they are hard working, responsible and are willing to set an example for the students around them.
These tulips are already springing up. This is a sure sign that spring is just around the corner. The bright colors of new life will be a welcome sight after the last few cold spells we all have experienced.
Guymon and Hooker Fire Departments rushed to extinguish a blaze approximately 12 miles northeast of Guymon Monday afternoon. Details were not available as of press time but will be released as they become available.
Barbara Quesenbury is back in business and reopening as Barbara's Reality Place, located at 114 NW 5th in Guymon. Shown here with Barbara, at far right, is Sales Associates Louis Guerra and Jeri Hodges.
A Guymon couple was enjoying the fresh air and sunlight Sunday afternoon when they saw teens walking on an iced over Sunset Lake. "Common sense tells you that it is a bad idea," said Chief of Police Eddie Adamson. "It has not been cold enough for that lake to be thick enough to walk on safely. The Oklahoma Panhandle is not the place to walk on frozen lakes. Plus, we do not have the equipment to rescue someone who fell into the ice in a timely manner. You can not swim at Sunset Lake therefore you can not walk on it either."